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Chemistry club in every school Collaboration Mohamed wessim Mahouachi | added on Nov 04, 2011 Every child in this earth has the right to know that chemistry is very imporatnt in our daily life and it's very useful
ROBOT!!! Collaboration Alisha Sasikumar | added on Aug 14, 2011 My Ambition Is To Invent A Man Like-Robo.
|Topic:||chemistry olympiad, game, history of chemistry, presentations, experiments, drawing competition, periodic table, show||Audience:||students, secondary schools, scientists, professional chemists, researchers, global|
DISCUSS FOR SOLUTIONS Discussion Yash Agrawal | added on Jul 09, 2011 Let us come together to contribute in our small ways....
Scientists in the Class! Suggestion Latrece Johnson | added on Jun 26, 2011 Children engage in simple chemistry experiments all month long. Use a simplified version of the scientific method and ask/answer questions about what you did.
|Topic:||hands-on courses, engaging the youth, experiments, show||Audience:||iyc enthusiasts, preschool teachers, iyc|
Chemical Art, a particular research of PHD position Collaboration Simon Raffy | added on May 19, 2011 Most of us try to use popular science for explain chemistry to the general public. It's not the only way : my goal is to fabricate chemical sculpture like dynamics systeme. We can fascinate the public with beautiful visual effect to increase there curiosity.
|Topic:||show, exhibition, experiments, presentations, art, sculpture, history of chemistry||Audience:||general public, students, teachers, scientists, global, professional chemists., international, iyc enthusiasts|